Update: applications are now closed.

A new role in the team is now advertised as part of work on photosynthesis, Rubisco and wheat with Elizabete.

This Plant Physiologist postdoc role is part of the BBSRC Institute Strategic Programme Delivering Sustainable Wheat, this project aims to decipher the mechanistic regulation of Rubisco synthesis and degradation and how this process impacts photosynthetic efficiency and nitrogen use efficiency in wheat. The wider project goal is to contribute to optimising the wheat canopy function and interactions between source and sink. Initially for 3 years, there is the potential to extend this position.

Applications close 14 June, with interviews to take place shortly after.
This position is available to start as soon as possible for the successful candidate.

Informal enquiries are welcome, but applications must be made via the jobs portal at the link below.
Full details, instructions on what we are looking for, and how to apply, can be found here: https://hr-jobs.lancs.ac.uk/Vacancy.aspx?ref=0491-23